Hi. Can you try the fix mentioned here?
Some gadgets look very tiny, especially on screens with high resolutions. Can they be made bigger?
Most gadgets that are included with 8GadgetPack should not have this issue (because I adjusted them). Some gadgets...
The measures and meters are in the skin. For the demo skin provided on this site, the skin file itself is located here:
The skin measures reference variables which are stored in a separate file. This makes it...
You can do both. You specify the x and y, and they can be relative to the previous entry, or a specific position. For creating and editing skins, you should look at the documentation and examples on the rainmeter.net site. It can be quite a big endeavor though. If you are looking for something...
No, the rest of the configuration is based on HWiNFO and the skin. You.need to follow the instructions here:
Ok, good. So now that the rainmeter application is running, you can double click the .rmskin file you got from here to install the skin.
And you need to ensure HWiNFO is running as well, so it can provide the data to the skin.
OK, thank you.
I'll have to go back and look where I left off. I think I had the change to support it OK (C++ helper done), but what I did not have is the "upgrade" procedure so the old format would be recognized as the new format (gadget not done). Otherwise, users would have to...
No, I had started it, and never finished. With MS removing support from windows 7, and killing it entirely for windows 8 & 10, it seems most users have moved to Rainmeter which is much more flexible and powerful anyways. Just in this thread, it took almost 2 years before someone asked again...
Sorry, it can't be done. That dialog is provided by the gadget engine and is a fixed size. I do provide default colors, so you can set the gadget "theme", and then just update the odd ball individual sensors. Also, there is a copy/paste feature so you can just copy/paste from one to another in...